Official Government figures show that since mid-January the coronavirus infection rate in Yorkshire and The Humber has been falling. It's now down to 159.2 new cases per 100,000 people after more than six weeks of lockdown. Infection rates vary across the region's Middle Super Output Areas (MSOAs), a geographic measure of about 8,000 people. And it's even better news for some neighbourhoods in the region, which are almost free of coronavirus.
Here we reveal the 19 Yorkshire areas which recorded less than three cases in the seven days to February 11, the latest available figures.
When MSOAs record fewer than three cases, the Government does not show the data to protect the identity of those infected. All images are for illustrative purposes.